This stunning cliff top walk has historic significance as it was
the first time the Union Jack was used to claim possession of Australia.
The breathtaking water views across Port Phillip Bay to the Bellarine
Peninsula, Melbourne and Mount Dandenong are amazing. Also you will get
an insight into how Melbourne's elite spend time at their summer
Millionaires Walk makes up a small part of the Sorrento Portsea Artists’
Trail, with four of the fourteen sites that comprise the trail located
along Millionaires Walk. Paintings by Sir Arthur Streeton, Arthur Boyd
and Ray Hodgkinson are displayed along the walk.
Start either end. Point King Road or Lentell Avenue.
Approximately 1.5km return
Limited parking is available at both ends in Point King Road and Lentell Avenue, or you can extend the walk by starting and/or finishing at the Sorrento Information Centre or the Sorrento Beach Rotunda.
Priceless bay views, lush flora, potential fauna sightings, and the chance to quietly peruse some highly-priced private architecture.
Historical significance: located not far from Point King Road is a white rig station and stone monument - this is the place where on the 9th March 1802, Acting Lieutenant John Murray, commander of the 'HMAS Lady Nelson' took possession of Point King, later to be renamed Port Phillip Bay, in the name of His Sacred Majesty George III of Great Britain and Ireland. It was the first time the Union Jack was used in Australia for this purpose.
Although there are gates at both ends of the track and at points along the way, there is a public right-of-way along the easement.
An undulating track on well-maintained, mostly natural surfaces.